The Clínic Institute of Medicine and Dermatology (ICMiD) was established in March 2004 and brings together Internal Medicine specialists from the General Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases and Systemic Autoimmune Diseases departments, the Intensive Care and Acute Geriatric Units, as well as Dermatology specialists from the Dermatology department.
The Institute has 107 conventional hospital beds, with specific beds for isolation for specific infectious diseases, the AIDS Unit, the Acute Geriatric Unit (UGA) and general inpatient internal medicine. It also includes an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) with 8 beds. The ICMiD has departments for Day Hospital, Home-based Hospital Care, Phototherapy, Outpatient Services and the Dermatological Surgery Unit.
Within the ICMiD are different interdisciplinary functional units dedicated to treating patients through prevalent specific processes and to acting as consultants in these processes for primary care doctors. The reference functional units in which the ICMiD participates include the following units: Geriatric; Hypertension and Vascular Risk; Hospital-acquired Infections; Alcohol Research; Thromboembolism, Heart Failure; Porphyria; and Melanoma.
The reference units of the ICMiD are as follows: Rapid Assessment (UDR), Chronic Fatigue, Muscular Diseases, Outpatient Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment, Autoimmune Diseases, AIDS, Telemedicine, Cardiovascular Infections, Porphyrias, Skin Allergy, Dermatopathology, Psoriasis, and Skin Lymphomas.
- Dermatology Department
- Department of Autoimmune Diseases
- Department of Infectious Diseases
- Department of General Internal Medicine
- Division of Geriatrics
- Division of Intensive Care
Lines of activity
- Skin Allergies
- Intensive Care (ICU)
- General Dermatology
- Autoimmune Diseases
- Muscular Diseases
- Chronic Fatigue
- Home-based Hospital Care (HDOM)
- General Multi-purpose Inpatient Care
- Hospitalisation and Isolation
- Hypertension and Vascular Risk
- Melanoma and other skin cancers
- Acute Geriatric Unit (UGA)
- Rapid Assessment Unit (UDR)
- Hospital-acquired Infections Unit
- Familial Melanoma Unit
- Porphyria Unit
- AIDS Unit